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Hear The Knocks’ edit of New York City Blu Detiger’s ‘Mad Love’

Finding inspiration in the city’s nightlife scene in the seventies, almost fifty-years-ago, it is brilliant to realise how fast time flies, and how moments aren’t to be frozen.

Photo: Courtesy of the artists

 

Photo: Courtesy of the artists

Dance the night away and into the morning with The Knock’s edit of Blu Detiger’s ‘Mad Love’ edit. It is a fantastic remix by the twenty-year-old’s original, who slaps bass into a groovy tapestry that pays homage to her upbringing. Finding inspiration in the city’s nightlife scene in the seventies, almost fifty-years-ago, it is brilliant to realise how fast time flies, and how moments aren’t to be frozen. Generations, who aren’t born yet, will be inspired and influenced by what we do today. Furthermore, it is no wonder Blu Detiger’s first performance was during a Rolling Stones tribute show at CBGB in New York City.

Oh, we don’t want to talk your heads off. I’ll share a quote about the record from The Knocks. Then, you can stream the fun record below.

This song is a special one to us so we didn’t wanna change the plot too much, we just wanted to make it a little more friendly for da club! The energy on this one is bananas we just wanted to elevate and accentuate, said The Knocks.


Written by Richardine Bartee

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